Homerton College Library
Mary Allan Building, Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PH.
We are open 24 hours/7 days a week with the appropriate access card. Self-issue service always available.
Staffed hours: weekdays 9.00am-5.00pm and weekends (full term only) 1.00pm-5.00pm
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A very warm welcome to all our new students and to all the familiar faces that have popped in to the Library to say hello – welcome back! After the whirlwind of subject-specific inductions for Freshers, Higher Degree Inductions, as … Continue reading
‘Research Survival Guide: Mastering Your Dissertation or Project’ was an Academic Skills session we ran on 19th February. The slides and links to resources mentioned during the session are below, and we have written up the content of the session … Continue reading
This post follows on from Part 1: The Literature Search and Part 2: Evaluating Resources Once you are starting to find sources to support your dissertation, you need to think about how you are going to credit these sources in … Continue reading
‘Navigating the Information Jungle’ was an Academic Skills session we ran on 5th February. The slides and links to resources mentioned during the session are below, and we have written up the content of the session in a series of … Continue reading
This post follows on from Part 1: Knowing What’s Out There and Part 2: Making Sense of Your Reading Lists Okay, so you’ve found everything you were looking for – but what about actually including it in your piece of … Continue reading